Sigma Kappa

Chapter Philanthropy

Chapter Philanthropy

As one of our four values, service is near and dear to our sisters' hearts and being a member of Sigma Kappa provides many opportunities to serve the community, country, and world. Each year our chapter supports many service projects by participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer's and volunteering at the Boston Marathon. In addition we also hold two chapter organized events: Late Night and Korn Hole.

Late Night

Late Night is our annual fall talent show open to both the MIT and broader Boston-Cambridge community. Campus organizations including MIT a capella groups, sorority and fraternity pledge classes, and the SK sisters perform at the event. Their acts include singing, dancing, comedy, acrobatics, and more! Judges from around the MIT community award prizes to the most impressive acts in various categories. 

Korn Hole

Korn Hole is our annual corn hole tournament hosted at MIT. Teams of two from the MIT Greek community and beyond register to battle to be the Korn Hole champion. The competition is held on the Kresge green space and brings the MIT community together for a weekend afternoon of sporting fun. 

All proceeds from out events are donated to the national Ultra Violet Campaign to raise money for the Sigma Kappa Foundation. The Ultra Violet Campaign supports a small group of carefully selected organizations and is the second largest contributor to the Alzheimer's Association.